CUNA Management School: Executive Institute
Save the date! This executive institute will be offered in 2014!
The CUNA Management School: Executive Institute is designed specifically to provide early graduates of the program with an opportunity to earn the Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designation. Attendees of the Executive Institute will participate in a mix of instructor led sessions, facilitated discussions, group exercises, and activities supporting current attendees of CUNA Management School.
Participants may earn the Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) designation by attending the program and successfully completing the on-site final exam.
Executive Institute topics:
Grasp the essentials of effective management practices through planning, leadership and influence, control, problem solving, and evaluating results.
- Organizational Culture and Motivation
Learn to define and cultivate Culture Change while employing Motivation without manipulation to diagnose and change your organization for the better.
- Relationship Marketing
In the Relationship Marketing session you will be exposed to a new method of attracting and retaining new business that capitalizes on your relationships with members, employees, and suppliers.
- Strategic Business Management and Leadership
Discover how executives of major organizations are preparing for the future, what skills the “experts” believe will be required in coming years and how to prepare yourself to move into progressively challenging leadership roles.
- Training, Development, and Problem Diagnosis
This session will focus on management development and the integration of your credit union’s training and development program with your strategic planning process to maximize the value of training for individual employees.
- Executive Presentation Skills
During this hands-on session you will learn and practice skills to help you effectively communicate with your audience to create an impact.
- The Credit Union Environment of Today & Tomorrow
Spend an afternoon with session facilitators and peers, exploring the challenges facing today’s credit unions and the skills needed of today’s leaders to successfully propel the movement forward.